Etihad airways meals are complimentary in all cabin class across the entire Etihad network. Economy class passengers will enjoy a choice of up to 3 main meal choices and a bar service consisting of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. A new service in economy class allows passengers to purchase a range of snacks, see further info below.

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Should be ordered no later than 24 hours prior to departure, but note that Kosher meals require at least 72 hours notice. Contact the airline here to book your special meal or for further information on special meals check here.

Special meals on Etihad include:

Vegetarian meal, Hindu meal, Kosher meal, Jain meal, Asian vegetarian meal, Bland meal, Diabetic meal, Fruit platter meal, Gluten-free meal, Low-calorie meal, Low fat/cholesterol meal, Low sodium meal, Non-lactose meal, Raw vegetable meal, Seafood meal, Vegetarian lacto–ovo meal, Vegetarian oriental meal, Child meal, Baby meal.


On ultra long haul and long-haul flights, the airline has introduced a range of extras for you to purchase including snacks, drinks, and inflight comfort items. Take a look at this menu right here.


Passengers Choose from an extensive á la carte range with the assistance of on-board chefs and Food and Beverage Managers. Inflight menus are inspired by upmarket bistros from around the globe, and longer flights offer all-day dining options.


First class dining on Etihad is inspired by menus from the world’s leading fine dining restaurants, with meals served on fine bone chinaware and drinks served in crystal glassware. Passengers can dine at their private table by their personal inflight chef and enjoy a Canape service, pre-dessert courses and Parisian style Cafe Gourmand.

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